[Top][All Lists]

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

[h-e-w] Getting "Searching for program: permission denied, nil"

From: Sarir Khamsi
Subject: [h-e-w] Getting "Searching for program: permission denied, nil"
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2014 14:22:48 -0700
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.3 (windows-nt)

I'm getting a strange message that I can't seem to debug easily and was
wondering of someone else has seen this or knows how to approach
it. This does not happen when I run "emacs -Q" so I know it's my
setup...I just don't know where.

When I open a Java or Python file with Emacs 24.3.1 on Windows 7, I get
the message

  Searching for program: permission denied, nil

in the mini-buffer and the *Messages* buffer. After turning on
debug-on-error, opening the Java file gives that message but does not
give a backtrace, but opening a Python file (with dired or C-x C-f)

  Debugger entered--Lisp error: (file-error "Searching for program" "permission 
denied" "nil")
    start-process("Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]" #<buffer 
 *Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]*> "nil" "-i")
    apply(start-process "Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]" 
#<buffer  *Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]*> "nil" "-i")
    start-file-process("Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]" 
#<buffer  *Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]*> "nil" "-i")
    apply(start-file-process "Python Internal 
[b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]" #<buffer  *Python Internal 
[b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]*> "nil" "-i")
    comint-exec-1("Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]" #<buffer 
 *Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]*> "nil" ("-i"))
    comint-exec(#<buffer  *Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]*> 
"Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]" "nil" nil ("-i"))
    make-comint-in-buffer("Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]" 
" *Python Internal [b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]*" "nil" nil "-i")
    apply(make-comint-in-buffer "Python Internal 
[b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]" " *Python Internal 
[b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]*" "nil" nil "-i")
    python-shell-make-comint("nil -i" "Python Internal 
[b729f4feaab20022667537407a0cb5af]" nil t)
    python-shell-internal-send-string("import sys;print ('\\n'.join(sys.path))")
    (progn (semantic-python-get-system-include-path))
    (if (and (featurep (quote python)) (not noninteractive)) (progn 
    (when (and (featurep (quote python)) (not noninteractive)) 
    eval((when (and (featurep (quote python)) (not noninteractive)) 
(when (and (featurep (quote python)) (not noninteractive)) 
(when (and (featurep (quote python)) (not noninteractive)) 
(semantic-python-get-system-include-path)) "The system include path used by 
Python language." :group python :group semantic :type (repeat (directory :tag 
"Directory")) :set #[(sym val) "\303   \"\210  
If I try to open the file again, it seems to work. Any ideas what this
mystery program is? Thanks in advance.


Sarir Khamsi
software guy

reply via email to

[Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread]